Britney Spears May Be Looking for A New Hair Stylist After This Debacle

It  would appear that Britney Spears may be in need of a new hair stylist. The singer was on stage performing her hit show Piece Of Me in Las Vegas last week, when the audience looked on as a chunk of her hair extensions fell from head. Britney, who maintained her professionalism, pretended not to notice as chunks of her hair came free and fell onto the stage.

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Thanks to a fan’s video, the incident was caught on tape, showing the “Toxic” singer losing part of her extensions on February 27. Spears was performing her hit single ‘Do Something.’

The veteran performer never lost complete focus on her performance while she strutted around stage in a black leather costume. During the concert, fans detected that a section of her blonde hair caught on her pants and recorded the hair malfunction on video. The video footage clearly shows particles of loose hair settling on her skin tight outfit right before falling on the stage floor.

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Unfortunately for Britney, this is not the first time she endured something going wrong during her Piece Of Me concert series. On December 31 her black and gold bustier came undone during her show- just four days after the start her first ever Vegas residency show. Luckily for her, backup dancers were quick thinking and quickly saved her by  tightening the back of her bustier while she kept singing the lyrics.

Unforeseen incidents like these will not be shutting down Britney’s  show anytime soon. In September, Britney signed on for two more years with Planet Hollywood, extending her performance through 2017.

The Piece Of Me tour’s next show is scheduled for Wednesday, March 4.

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Michelle Hinojosa
Michelle Hinojosa writes and reports media for Popcrunch and is an active member in the LBGT community. She is a graduate of Washington State University with degree's in Social Services, English, History and Psychology.